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  1. Homework vs. Sleep: A Major Cause of Stress in Teens

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  2. Homework, Sleep, and the Student Brain

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  3. New Study Shows the Health Concerns of Excessive Homework

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  4. Sleep or Do Homework: Which is More Important

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  5. Sleep Research Shows How Homework is Harmful

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  6. Does Homework Cause Lack Of Sleep And Stess-Explanation of Effects

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  1. Associations of time spent on homework or studying with nocturnal sleep

    We found a significant indirect effect of homework/studying duration on depression score that was mediated by reduced time in bed for sleep (path ab indirect effect = 0.21, 95% CI 0.13-0.29). Fig. 3 Associations of homework/studying duration with depression score.

  2. Teens, Sleep and Homework Survey Results

    ALEXANDRIA, Va., Dec. 11, 2018 - According to new research from the Better Sleep Council (BSC) - the nonprofit consumer-education arm of the International Sleep Products Association - homework, rather than social pressure, is the number one cause of teenage stress, negatively affecting their sleep and ultimately impacting their academic performance.

  3. Homework, Sleep, and the Student Brain

    Homework, Sleep, and the Student Brain. At some point, every parent wishes their high school aged student would go to bed earlier as well as find time to pursue their own passions -- or maybe even choose to relax. This thought reemerged as I reread Anna Quindlen's commencement speech, A Short Guide to a Happy Life.

  4. Stanford research shows pitfalls of homework

    "Our findings on the effects of homework challenge the traditional assumption that homework is inherently good," wrote Denise ... exhaustion, sleep deprivation, weight loss and stomach problems.

  5. More than two hours of homework may be counterproductive, research

    "Our findings on the effects of homework challenge the traditional assumption that homework is inherently good," wrote Denise Pope, ... In their open-ended answers, many students said their homework load led to sleep deprivation and other health problems. The researchers asked students whether they experienced health issues such as headaches ...

  6. Associations of time spent on homework or studying with nocturnal sleep

    In a competitive academic setting, adolescents who spent more time on homework/studying spent less time on sleep, media use, and social activities. Independent of effects on sleep, long hours on homework/studying on weekends may be a risk factor for depression. Reducing adolescents' workload outside …

  7. Homework, sleep insufficiency and adolescent neurobehavioral problems

    On mediation effects of sleep durations on weekdays, as presented in Fig. 2, significant indirect effects of sleep durations were observed at each grade (P-values for indirect effects < 0.05), especially at the 7th and 9th grades, suggesting that high homework burdens were associated with shorter sleep durations, which in turn were associated ...

  8. Better Sleep Council Research Finds That Too Much Homework Can Actually

    According to new research from the Better Sleep Council (BSC)—the nonprofit consumer-education arm of the International Sleep Products Association—homework, rather than social pressure, is the number-one cause of teenage stress, negatively affecting their sleep and ultimately impacting their academic performance.

  9. Later School Start Time: The Impact of Sleep on Academic Performance

    Studies investigating the effects of different sleep-wake schedules on academic achievement showed that impaired sleep quality and quantity are associated with decreased learning ability and compromised daytime functioning. ... increase in homework, afterschool activities, and, above all, the use of electronic media (television, computer ...

  10. An Educational Intervention to Improve the Sleep Behavior and Well

    The biological change in sleep, coupled with academic pressure to get homework done, often influences students to stay up later. The net effect is that students are sleepy at school. 1 Weekend catch-up sleep is problematic, too, as it forces adolescents out of their circadian rhythm. 5

  11. Addressing Student Mental Health Through the Lens of Homework Stress

    variable effects of homework point to a contradiction; while the beliefs about homework's utility ... ability to receive adequate amount of sleep, increased chance of poor physical health outcomes, TITLE OF PAPER 8 and finally poor academic outcomes including a higher chance of school failure (Pascoe et. al. 2020). These findings are ...

  12. Associations Between Mental Workload and Sleep Quality in a Sample of

    INTRODUCTION. Poor sleep among university students is a substantial public health concern, with an alarming 70% of college students reporting sleeping <7 hours per day and 60% meeting the threshold for poor quality sleep (Lund, Reider, Whiting, & Prichard, 2010).A recent survey of colleges across the US found that only 7% of college students reported feeling rested upon awakening in each of ...

  13. Is it time to get rid of homework? Mental health experts weigh in

    Emmy Kang, mental health counselor at Humantold, says studies have shown heavy workloads can be "detrimental" for students and cause a "big impact on their mental, physical and emotional health ...

  14. School and Sleep

    Elementary and middle school students typically need to sleep for nine to 11 hours each night, and early start times for schools can leave them with less time to complete their homework and relax in the evening. In recent years, some education experts have suggested starting classes later in the morning to help students feel less tired and more ...

  15. 70% of High Schoolers Aren't Getting Enough Sleep

    Plus, even if teens wanted to go to sleep earlier, they often feel like they can't because they are working on homework. A study by the Better Sleep Council found that homework has the most significant effect on teens' stress levels and sleep. Many report 15+ hours of homework a week. Q: What about the role of technology on teen sleep habits?

  16. The Effects Homework Can Have On Teens' Sleeping Habits

    According to Oxford Learning, homework can have other negative effects on students. In their article, Oxford Learning remarks, "56 percent of students considered homework a primary source of stress. Too much homework can result in lack of sleep, headaches, exhaustion, and weight loss". Similarly, Stanford Medicine News Center reports that ...

  17. The relation among sleep duration, homework burden, and sleep hygiene

    Insufficient sleep in school-aged children is common in modern society, with homework burden being a potential risk factor. The aim of this article is to explore the effect of sleep hygiene on the association between homework and sleep duration. Children filled out the Chinese version of the Adolesc …

  18. Too Much Homework, Too Little Sleep: Structural Sleep Deprivation in Teens

    The Academic Costs of Extra Studying at the Expense of Sleep", Cari Gillen-O'Neel and colleagues studied the effects of staying up late on students. They studied 535 kids through high school. The average sleep time for these teens diminished from 7.6 to 6.9 hours of sleep from 9th to 12th grade.

  19. How Does Homework Affect Students Sleep?

    The Impact of Homework on Teenage Stress and Sleep. Homework is a major source of stress for teenagers, affecting their sleep patterns. According to studies, about 75% of high school students report grades and homework as significant stressors. This anxiety can lead to sleep deprivation, with over 50% of students reporting insufficient rest.

  20. Homework vs. Sleep: A Major Cause of Stress in Teens

    Homework stresses kids out; there is no way around this fact. The combination of heavy homework loads and early school start times is a major cause of sleep deprivation and consequent stress in teens, but this can be a problem even in younger kids. When we moved to Connecticut, I was struck by the perception of some parents that my son's ...

  21. Homework: The Cause of Sleep Deprivation? Or is it More Than That?

    Sports, homework, family, and work responsibilities tend to pile up on students. ". Similar to the data provided by the Nationwide Children's hospital, the majority of Park Ridge High School receive between six and eight hours of sleep. As a result of staying up late to complete their daily tasks, students lose precious hours of sleep.

  22. Americans are getting less sleep. The biggest burden falls on ...

    A recent survey found that Americans' sleep patterns have been getting worse. Adult women under 50 are among the most sleep-deprived demographics. ... In high school, that was made up of homework ...

  23. The psychological benefits of finishing your homework on time

    Better sleep patterns Regular completion of homework by set deadlines can also lead to improved sleep patterns. When students avoid cramming their studies into late-night hours, they can maintain ...

  24. Associations of time spent on homework or studying with nocturnal sleep

    We found a significant indirect effect of homework/studying duration on depression score that was mediated by reduced time in bed for sleep (path ab indirect effect = 0.21, 95% CI 0.13-0.29). Download : Download high-res image (684KB) Download : Download full-size image; Fig. 3. Associations of homework/studying duration with depression score.

  25. How Screen Time May Cause Insomnia in Teens

    Experts are becoming increasingly concerned about the effects of blue light from these electronic devices on the sleep-wake cycle. An estimated 2 in 3 teenagers regularly sleep less than the recommended amount, and screen time may be responsible for sleep deprivation and other problems. ... homework, sports, and extracurricular activities ...

  26. The Effects of Smartphone Use on Sleep Quality: Key Findings

    Poor sleep quality resulting from smartphone use can have detrimental effects on daytime functioning, including impaired cognitive performance, decreased productivity, and mood disturbances such ...